Scrapping over Enron's Leftovers

With the humbled energy trader's reorganization plan taking hits from several parties, the final wrangling may be just beginning

Nearly two years after filing for bankruptcy protection, scandal-tarred Enron is still struggling to salvage something for its thousands of creditors. A proposed reorganization plan, filed on July 11 and expected to be amended soon, will hardly be the final word on the company's future. Already, some creditors are questioning the plan's fairness, and new challenges are sure to arise.

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